External Publications Using Growing Up in Ireland Data

About this list

This is a list of publications using Growing Up in Ireland data that are not part of the set of official reports from the study. It is compiled based on internet searches and notifications by authors to the Growing Up in Ireland study team.  It is updated periodically and may not be comprehensive.  Currently the list is confined to published reports, books and journal articles. It was last updated in September 2017.

The Growing Up in Ireland study team provides this list for information purposes only and does not review or otherwise endorse the external publications mentioned here.  Please direct queries to individual authors.

Official Growing Up in Ireland publications can be found here.

Requests for inclusions or corrections to the list should be sent to growingup@esri.ie.

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Year
Title
URL
Journal/Book
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Publisher/Institute
Place Published
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Banks, J, Maitre, B, McCoy, S, Watson, D2016Parental Educational Expectations of Children with Disabilitieshttp://www.esri.ie/pubs/RS50.pdfNational Disability AuthorityDublin
Banks J;McCoy S;2011A Study on the Prevalence of Special Educational NeedsNational Council for Special EducationDublin
Banks, J, McCoy, S2012What do we know about special educational needs? Evidence from Growing Up in IrelandESRI Research Bulletin No. 2012/3/1, 21/09/2012.
Banks J;McCoy S;Shevlin M;2013Inclusive Education Research: Evidence from Growing Up in IrelandTrinity Education PapersTrinity College DublinDublin22-special11
Banks, J, Shevlin, M, McCoy, S2012Disproportionality in special education: identifying children with emotional behavioural difficulties in Irish primary schools10.1080/08856257.2012.669111European Journal of Special Needs Education272219-235
Barnardo's2015Rise Up for Children Reporthttps://www.barnardos.ie/assets/files/pdf/RiseUp-report-nov2015.pdfBarnnardo'sDublin
Brady, AM, Hennessy, E, Polek, E2016Teenage parenthood and child externalising and internalising problems: evidence from the 'Growing Up in Ireland' studyThe Irish Journal of PsychologyJan-14http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03033910.2016.1188134
Brick, A, Nolan, A, O’Reilly,J, Smith, S2010Part 7: Framework for supporting the delivery of integrated health care in Ireland. Chapter 15: Policy implications and a framework of entitlements for the Irish health‐care sector.Resource Allocation, Financing and Sustainability in Health Care Evidence for the Expert Group on Resource Allocation and Financing in the Health SectorDepartment of Health and Children, and the ESRIDublin2
Cadogan, SL, Keane, E, Kearney, PM2014The effects of individual, family and environmental factors on physical activity levels in children: a cross-sectional study10.1186/1471-2431-14-107BioMed Central14107
Casey, A, Layte, R, Lyons, S, Silles, M2012Home computer use and academic performance of nine-year-olds10.1080/03054985.2012.731207Oxford Review of Education385617-634
Castro, PD,  Kearney, J, Layte, Richard2015A study of early complementary feeding determinants in the Republic of Ireland based on a cross-sectional analysis of the Growing Up in Ireland infant cohorthttp:, dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1368980014000329Public Health Nutrition.182e292-302
Castro, PD, Kearney, J, Layte, R2013A study of early weaning determinants in Ireland based on a cross-sectional analysis of the Growing Up in Ireland infant cohort. The role of maternal Body Mass Index and formula feeding commencement on early weaning10.1017/S0029665113001407Proceedings of the Nutrition SocietyDublin Institute of Technology and ESRI
Cheevers, C, O’Connell, M2012Developing an Index of Well-Being for Nine-Year-Old Irish Children10.1007/s12187-012-9171-5Child Indicators Research 62213-236
Coughlan, B,Doherty, E,O'Neill, C,McGuire, BE2014Minority Status, Social Welfare Status and their Association with Child Participation in Sporting, Cultural and Community Activitieshttp://www.esr.ie/article/view/108Economic and Social Review
Coughlan, B, McKenne, PP, Doherty, E, O'Neill, C and McGuire B2014An evaluation of parental social welfare status and their children’s psychosocial adjustment and involvement in community and cultural activitiesDOI: 10.1002/hec.3215Family Support Agency,Dublin
Corrigan, O2014Watch them Grow: Unmarried-cohabitant and Solo parenthood in Ireland An Analysis of the Growing Up in Ireland infant cohort data Waves 1 and 2http:, http://www.treoir.ie/cms-assets/documents/182540-37437.watch-them-grow-final-report-2014.pdfTreoirIreland
Cosgrove, J, McKeown, C, Travers, J, Lysaght, Z, Ní Bhroin, O, Archer, P2014Educational Experiences and Outcomes for Children with Special Educational Needs: A Secondary Analysis of Data from the Growing Up in Ireland Study (NCSE Research Report No. 17).http:, ncse.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NCSE-Educational-Outcomes-Children-with-SEN.pdfNational Council for Special Education.Trim (Ireland)
Crowe, M., O'Sullivan, M., Cassetti, O, O'Sullivan, A2017Weight status and dental problems in early childhood: Classifcation tree analysis of a national cohorthttp://www.mdpi.com/2304-6767/5/3/25Dentistry Journal 5325
Crowe, M, Sullivan, A McGrath, C, Cassetti, O, Swords, L, O'Sullivan, M2016Early Childhoof Dental Problems: Classification Tree AnalysesDOI: 10.1177/2380084416651834JDR Clinical and Translational ResearchSage Publications Inc.Dublin
Cullinan J, Gillespie P2015Does Overweight and Obesity Impact on Self-Rated Health? Evidence Using Instrumental Variables ordered probit ModelsHealth Economics
Cullinan J, Roddy A2015A Socioeconomic Profile of Childhood Disability, in Cullinan J, Lyons S, Nolan B (Eds.), TheManchester University Press
Darmody, M, Daly, T2015Attitudes towards the Irish Language on the Island of IrelandESRI and Foras na GaeilgeDublin
Darmody,M. , McGinnity,F. & Kingston,G.2016The Experiences of Migrant Children in Irelandhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/the-experiences-of-migrant-children-in-ireland/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork9175-193
Darmody, M, Smyth, E2016Primary School Principals' Job Satisfaction and Occupational StressInternational Journal of Educational ManagementJournal Articles and Chapters in BooksEmerald Group Publishing Limited30113
Darmody, M, Smyth, E2016Profile of second-level students exempt from studying IrishESRI Working PaperESRIDublin
Darmody, M, Smyth, E, McCoy, S2010School Sector Variation among Primary Schools in Ireland.Educate Together, Department of Children and Youth Affairs
Denny, K2012Breastfeeding predicts handedness.10.1080/1357650X.2011.579131Laterality173361-368
Dental Health Foundation and Oral Health Services Research Centre, University College, Cork2014Oral Health in Ireland: Hand book for Health Professionals 2nd Editionhttp://www.dentalhealth.ie/download/pdf/ohil_final.pdfDental Health Foundation Ireland/UCC
Devitt, A, Condon, J, Dalton, G, O'Connell, J, Ni Dhuinn, M2016An mhaith leat an Ghaeilge? An analysis of variation in primary pupil attitudes to Irish in the growing up in Ireland studyhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080.13670050.2016.1142498International Journal of Bilingual Education and BilingualismJan-13
Doherty, E2014Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child VaccinationHealth Economics & Policy Analysis, Research Bulletin Series, NUI Galway4
Doherty, E, Walsh, B, O'Neill, C2014Decomposing socioeconomic inequality in child vaccination: results from Ireland.10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.03.084Vaccine32273438-44
Dominguez Castro, P, Layte, R, Kearney, J2014Ethnic variation in breastfeeding and complimentary feeding in the Republic of Ireland.Nutrients.
Dominguez Castro, P, Layte, R, Kearney, J2015A study of early complimentary feeding determinants in the Republic of Ireland based on a cross-sectional analysis of the Growing Up in Ireland infant cohortPublic Health Nutrition.
Fahey,T. & Curran,M.2016Children and Families, Then & Nowhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/cherishing-all-the-children-equally-children-in-ireland-100-years-on-from-the-easter-rising/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork337-57
Fahey, T, Keilthy, P, Polek, E2012Family Relationships and Family Well-Being: A Study of the Families of Nine Year-Olds in IrelandUniversity College Dublin, The Family Support AgencyDublin
Frawley, D, McCoy, S, Banks, J, Thornton, M2014Affective School Engagement and Self-Concept: How are Irish Boys and Girls Faring?Child Indicators Research74
Gallagher, S, Hannigan, A2014Depression and chronic health conditions in parents of children with and without developmental disabilities: The growing up in Ireland cohort studydoi:10.1016/j.ridd.2013.11.029Research in Developmental Disabilities352448-454
Gallagher, S, Hannigan, A2015Child problem behaviours are associated with obesity in parents caring for children with developmental disabilities.10.1016/j.ridd.2014.10.038Research in Developmental Disabilities36358-365
Garcia, JM, Healy, S, Rice, D2016The Individual, Social, and Environmental Correlates of Physical Activity and Screen Time in Irish Children: Growing Up in Ireland Study10.1123/ipah.2015-0659Journal of Physical Activity and HealthJan-28
Gray, J, Geraghty, R, Ralph, D2013Young grandchildren and their grandparents:  a secondary analysis of continuity and change across four birth cohortsRelationships and Societies22289
Greene, S.2016Changing Perceptions and Experiences of Childhood, 1916-2016http://www.esri.ie/publications/cherishing-all-the-children-equally-children-in-ireland-100-years-on-from-the-easter-rising/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork216-36
Hadfield, K, Nixon, E2012Comparison of relationship dynamics within stepmother and stepfather families in Ireland10.1080/03033910.2012.708900The Irish Journal of Psychology333/2/2015100-106
Hadfield, K, Nixon, E2013Including those that exclude themselves: Comparisons of self-identifying and non-self-identifying stepfamilies.10.5172/jfs.2013.19.2.207Journal of Family Studies.192207-216
Hannan, C, Halpin, B2014The Influence of Family Structure on Child Outcomes: Evidence for IrelandEconomic And Social Review45p.1-24
Hannan, C, Halpin, B, Coleman, C2013Growing up in a One-Parent Familyhttp:, http://www.fsa.ie/fileadmin/user_upload/Files/2013_documents/Growing_Up_in_a_One-Parent_Family.pdfFamily Support AgencyDublin
Heinen, M, Murrin, C, Daly, L, et al. 2014The Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative (COSI) in the Republic of Ireland: Findings from 2008, 2010 and 2012http:, http://www.ucd.ie/t4cms/COSI%20report%20(2014).pdfHealth Service Executive.Dublin
Hughes, A, Gallagher, S, Hannigan, A2015A Cluster Analysis of Reported Sleeping Patterns of 9-Month Old Infants and the Association with Maternal Health: Results from a Population Based Cohort Study.10.1007/s10995-015-1701-6Maternal and Child Health Journal
Hyland, M, Layte, R, Lyons, S, McCoy, S, Silles, M2015Are Classroom Internet Use and Academic Performance Higher after Government Broadband Subsidies to Primary Schools?http://www.esr.ie/article/view/400The Economic and Social ReviewEconomic and Social Studies
Keane, E, Layte, R, Harrington, J, Kearney, P, Perry, I2012Measured parental weight status and familial socio-economic status correlates with childhood overweight and obesity at age 9.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043503PLoS ONE78e43503.
Keane, E, Perry, CP, Kearney, PM, Harrington, JM, Perry, IJ, Cullinan, J, Layte, R2015Childhood obesity, dietary quality and the role of the local food environment: cross-sectional analysis from the growing up in Ireland study10.1136/jech-2015-206256.98Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health69
Kelly, D, O'Dowd, T, Reulbach, U2012Use of folic acid supplements and risk of cleft lip and palate in infants: a population-based cohort study.10.3399/bjgp12X652328British Journal of General Practice62600e466-72
Khalaf, SY, O'Neill, SM, O'Keeffe, LM, Henriksen, TB, Kenny, L, Cryan, JF, Khashan, AS2015The impact of obstetric mode of delivery on childhood behaviour10.1007/s00127-015-1055-9Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology50101557-1567
Ladewig, EL, Hayes, C, Browne, J, Layte, R, Reulbach, U2013The influence of ethnicity on breastfeeding rates in Ireland: a cross-sectional studyhttp:, dx.doi.org/10.1136/jech-2013-202735.Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
Lane, A, Harrison, M, Murphy, N2014Screen time increases risk of overweight and obesity in active and inactive 9 year old Irish children: a cross sectional analysisdoi: 10.1123/jpah.2012-0182.
Layte,R. & McCrory,C.2016Social Variation in Child Health & Development: A Life-course Approachhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/cherishing-all-the-children-equally-children-in-ireland-100-years-on-from-the-easter-rising/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork10194-214
Layte, R, Bennett, A, McCrory, C, Kearney, JM2013Social class variation in the predictors of rapid growth in infancy and obesity at age three years.doi: 0.1038/ijo.2013.160International Journal of Obesity
Layte, R, McCrory C2012Testing competing models of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire's (SDQ's factor structure for the parent-information instrument.Personality and Individual Differences528882-887
Layte, R, McCrory, C2013Paediatric chronic illness and educational failure: the role of emotional and behavioural problems10.1007/s00127-012-0609-3Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology48801307-1316
Layte, R, McCrory, C2012Prenatal Exposure to Maternal Smoking and Childhood Behavioural Problems: A Quasi-experimental ApproachJournal of Abnormal Child PsychologySpringer US40811
Layte,R. & Nolan,A.2016Child Access to GP Services: Do User Fees Matter?http://www.esri.ie/publications/child-access-to-gp-services-do-user-fees-matter/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork11215-235
Layte, R, Nolan, A2014Socio-Economic Inequalities in Child Health in IrelandThe Economic and Social ReviewEconomic and Social StudiesDublin45139
Madden, D2016Child and Adolescent Obesity in Ireland: A Longitudinal Perspectivehttp://hdl.handle.net/10197/7858UCD Centre for Economic Research Working Paper SeriesUCD, School of Economics
Madden, D2014The relationship between low birth weight and socioeconomic status in Ireland.10.1017/S0021932013000187Journal Of Biosocial Science462248-65
McAuley, C, Layte, R2012Exploring the relative influence of family stressors and socio-economic context on children’s happiness and well-being.Child Indicators Research,53524-545
McAuley, C, McKeown, C, Merriman, B2012Spending Time with Family and Friends: Children’s Views on Relationships and Shared Activities10.1007/s12187-012-9158-2Child Indicators Research53449-467
McAvoy, H, Kabir, Z, Reulbach, U, McDaid, O, Metcalfe, O, Clancy, L2013A Tobacco-Free Future – an all-island report on tobacco, inequalities and childhood.http:, http://www.publichealth.ie/sites/default/files/A%20Tobacco-free%20Future.%20An%20All-island%20report%20on%20Tobacco,%20inequalities%20and%20childhood%202013.pdfInstitute of Public Health in Ireland and TobaccoFree Research Institute Ireland.Dublin
McCoy, S, Banks, J2012Simply Academic? Why children with special educational needs don't like school.European Journal of Special Needs Education27181-97
McCoy, S, Banks, J, Shevlin, M2012School matters: How context influences the identification of different types of special educational needsIrish Educational Studies32119-138
McCoy, S., Banks,J. & Shevlin,M.2016Insights into the Prevalence of Special Educational Needshttp://www.esri.ie/publications/insights-into-the-prevalence-of-special-educational-needs/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonCorkOaktree Press8153-174
McCoy, S, Byrne, D, Banks, J2011Too much of a good thing? Gender, ‘concerted cultivation’ and unequal achievement in primary education.Child Indicators Research51155-178
McCoy, S, Smyth, E, Banks, J2012The Primary School Classroom: Insights from the Growing Up in Ireland Study.ESRI and National Council for Curriculum and Assessment.Dublin
McCoy, S, Maitre, B, Watson, D, Banks, J2016The role of parental expectations in understanding social and academic well-being among children with disabilities in IrelandEuropean Journal of Special Needs EducationJan-18
McCoy, S, Quail, A, Smyth, E2014The Effects of School Social Mix: Unpacking the Differences10.1080/03323315.2014.955746Irish Educational Studies33307-330
McCoy, S, Smyth, E, Banks, J2012The Primary Classroom: Insights from the Growing Up in Ireland StudyESRI, NCCADublin
McCrory C,  Murray, A2013The effect of breastfeeding on neuro-development in infancy. 10.1007/s10995-012-1182-9Maternal and Child Health Journal1798/1/1680
McCrory, C, Layte, R2011The effect of breastfeeding on children’s educational test scores at nine years of age: Results of an Irish cohort study.Social Science & Medicine7291515-1521
McCrory, C, Layte, R2012Breastfeeding and risk of overweight and obesity at nine-years of age.Social Science and Medicine752323-330
McCrory, C, Layte, R2012Maternal smoking during pregnancy and child well-being: A burning issue.ESRI Research Bulletin No. 2012/4/1.
McCrory, C, Layte, R2012Prenatal exposure to maternal smoking and childhood behavioural problems: a quasi-experimental approach.Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology4081277-1288
McCrory, C, Layte, R2013Paediatric chronic illness and educational failure: the role of emotional and behavioural problemsSocial Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology4881307-1316
McCrory, C, McNally, S2013The effect of pregnancy intention on maternal prenatal behaviours and parent and child health: results of an Irish cohort study.Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology272208-215
McCrory, C., O'Leary, N., Fraga, S., Riberio, A. I., Barros, H., Kartiosuo, N., Raitakari, O., Kivimaki, M., Vineis, P., & Layte, R. 2017Socioeconomic differences in children’s growth trajectories from infancy to early adulthood: evidence from four European countrieshttp://jech.bmj.com/content/71/10/981Healthy Child Development71981-989
McDonnell, T, Doyle, O2014Maternal Employment, Childcare and Childhood Overweight during Infancyhttp:, http://www.ucd.ie/t4cms/WP14_16.pdfUniversity College Dublin. School of Economics
McGinnity, F., McMullin, P., Murray, A., & Russell, H.2017Social inequality in cognitive outcomes in Ireland: What is the role of the home learning environment and childcare?Childcare, Early Education and Social Inequality: An International PerspectiveEditors: H. P. Blossfeld, N., Kulic, J., Skopek, M., Triventi Edward Elgar109-132
McGinnity, F, Quinn, E, Kingston, G, O'Connell, P2012Immigrant children in Irish schools.Annual Monitoring Report on Integration 2011In F. McGinnity, E. Quinn, G. Kingston & P. O'Connell (Eds.)49-62
McGinnity, F, Quinn, E, Kingston, G, O’Connell, P2014The Second Generation: Children of Immigrants (at 3) and Their FamiliesAnnual Monitoring Report on Integration 201355-69
McGovern, M2013Still Unequal at Birth: Birth Weight, Socio- economic Status and Outcomes at Age 9http://www.esr.ie/article/view/63Economic and Social Review
McNally, S, Share, M, Murray, A2014Prevalence and predictors of grandparent childcare in Ireland: Findings from a nationally representative sample of infants and their families.10.1080/13575279.2013.859566 Child Care in Practice202182-193
McNally, S,  Quigley, J2014An Irish Cohort Study of Risk and Protective Factors for Infant Language Development at 9 Months./10.1002/icd.1861 Infant & Child Development236634-49
McNally, S, Bourke, A2012Periconceptional folic acid supplementation in a nationally representative sample of mothers.Irish Medical Association1057236-8
Murray, A2012What can children’s fears tell us about childhood? An exploration of data collected as part of Growing Up in Ireland, the National Longitudinal Study of Children.The Irish Psychologist286-293
Murray, A2010Cultural differences in parenting practices.ESRI Research Bulletin No. 2010/04/04.
Murray, A2012The relationship of parenting style to academic achievement in middle childhood10.1080/03033910.2012.724645The Irish Journal of Psychology334137-152
Murray, A2014Biological risk versus socio-economic advantage: low birth-weight, multiple births and income variations among Irish infants born following fertility treatments.10.1007/s11845-014-1134-zIrish Journal of Medical Science1834667-70
Murray, A. 2017Growing Up in Ireland and longitudinal research on educational transitions Inklusive Übergänge: (Inter)nationale Perspektiven auf Inklusionim Übergang von der Schule in weitere Bildung, Ausbildung oder BeschäftigungEditors H Fasching C Geppert E Makarova KlinkhardtHeilbrunn
Murray, A, Egan, S2013Does reading to infants benefit their cognitive development at 9-months-old? An investigation using a large birth cohort survey: An investigation using a large birth cohort survey10.1177/0265659013513813Child Language Teaching and Therapy303303-315
Murray,A., McGinnity,F. & Russell,H.2016Inequalities in Access to Early Care and Education in Irelandhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/inequalities-in-access-to-early-care-and-education-in-ireland/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork6107-131
Murrin, C, Shrivastava, A, Kelleher, CC2013Maternal macronutrient intake during pregnancy and 5 years postpartum and associations with child weight status aged five.10.1038/ejcn.2013.76European Journal Of Clinical NutritionEngland 676670-9
Murtagh, EM, Dempster, M, Murphy, MH2016Determinants of uptake and maintenance of active commuting to schoolHealth & Place40Sep-14
Nixon,E. & Swords,L.2016Is Family Structure a Source of Inequality in Children’s Lives?http://www.esri.ie/publications/cherishing-all-the-children-equally-children-in-ireland-100-years-on-from-the-easter-rising/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork458-79
Nolan, A, Layte, R2014Socio-economic inequalities in child health in Ireland.Economic and Social Review45125-64
O'Keeffe, LM, Kearney, PM, Greene, RA2015Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System in Ireland: Methods and Response Rates10.1007/s10995-014-1527-7Maternal and Child Health Journal193480-486
Perry, CP, Keane, E, Layte, R, Fitzgerald, AP, Perry, IJ, Harrington2015The use of a dietary quality score as a predictor of childhood overweight and obesity10.1186/s12889-015-1907-yBMC Public Health15581
Quail, A, Murray, A, Williams, J2011Support from grandparents to families with infants.ESRI Research Bulletin No. 2011/01/04.
Quail, A, Smyth, E2014Multigrade teaching and age composition of the class: The influence on academic and social outcomes among students.10.1016/j.tate.2014.06.004Teaching and Teacher Education4380-90
Queally, M., Doherty, E., Finucane, F. M., & O’Neill, C.2017Low expectations: Do teachers underestimate the ability of overweight children or the children of overweight mothers?http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1570677X16300624Economics and Human Biology 2726-32
Quigley,J. & Nixon,E.2016Parental Investment & Child Developmenthttp://www.esri.ie/publications/cherishing-all-the-children-equally-children-in-ireland-100-years-on-from-the-easter-rising/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork580-106
Reinhard, E., Layte, R., McCrory, C., Panico, L., & Avendano, M. 2018Great Recession and the Health of Young Children: A Fixed Effects Analysis in Ireland https://doi.org/10.1093/aje/kwy001American Journal of Epidemiology
Reulbach, E, Ladewig, EL, Nixon, E, O’Moore, M, Williams, J , O’Dowd, T2013Weight, Body Image and Bullying in 9-year-Old ChildrenJournal of Paediatrics and Child Health 494e288-293
Reulbach, U,  O'Dowd, T,  McCrory, C, Layte, R2010Chronic illness and emotional and behavioural strengths and difficulties in Irish children.Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health641A4
Reynolds, D, Hennessy, E, Polek, E2014Is breastfeeding in infancy predictive of child mental well-being and protective against obesity at 9 years of age?10.1111/cch.12126 Child: Care, Health & Development406882-890
Russell,H., Kenny, O. & McGinnity, F.2016Childcare, Early Education and Socio-Emotional Outcomes at Age 5: Evidence from the Growing up in Ireland Studyhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/childcare-early-education-and-socio-emotional-outcomes-at-age-5-evidence-from-the-growing-up-in-ireland-study/ESRI and PobalDublin
Share, M, Kerrins, L2009The Role of Grandparents in Childcare in Ireland: Towards a Research Agendahttp:, arrow.dit.ie/ijass/vol9/is1/5Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies91
Shiely, F, Hon Yan, NG, Berkery, EM, Murrin, C, Kelleher, C, Hayes, K2016The assoication between weight percpetion and BMI: Report and measurement data from the growing up in Ireland cohort study of 9 year olds10.1038/ijo.2016.162International Journal of Obesity
Smyth, E2018The transition to primary education: Insights from the Growing Up in Ireland Studyhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/the-transition-to-primary-education-insights-from-the-growing-up-in-ireland-study/ESRI and NCCADublin
Smyth, E2016Arts and Cultural Participation among Children and Young People: Insights from the Growing Up in Ireland Studyhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/arts-and-cultural-participation-among-children-and-young-people-insights-from-the-growing-up-in-ireland-study/Dublin
Smyth,E.2016Inequalities from the Start? Children’s Integration into Primary Schoolhttp://www.esri.ie/publications/inequalities-from-the-start-childrens-integration-into-primary-school/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork7132-152
Smyth, E2015Wellbeing and School Experiences among 9- and 13-Year-Olds: Insights from the Growing Up in Ireland Studyhttps://www.esri.ie/pubs/BKMNEXT291.pdfESRI and NCCA
Smyth, E, Darmody, M2016Attitudes to Irish as a School Subject among 13-year-oldsESRI Working PaperESRIDublin
Smyth, E2016Social relationships and the transition to secondary schoolhttp://www.esr.ie/article/view/628/148The Economic and Social Review 474451-476
Smyth, E, Whelan, CT, McCoy, S, Quail, A, Doyle, E2010Immigrant children in Irish schools.Child Indicators Research3185-104
Thornton, M, Darmody, M, McCoy, S2013Persistent absenteeism among Irish primary school pupils10.1080/00131911.2013.768599Educational Review654488-501
Thornton, M.2012Family structure in Ireland and child emotional and behavioral outcomes.Child and Adolescent Mental HealthIn U.S. Nayar (Ed.)Sage IndiaMumbai291-307
Thornton,M. & Williams,J.2016Anti-Social Behaviour at Age 13http://www.esri.ie/publications/anti-social-behaviour-at-age-13/Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter RisingEditors J. Williams, E.Nixon, E.Smyth, D.WatsonOaktree PressCork12236-260
Turner, MJ, Layte, R2013Obesity levels in a national cohort of women nine months postpartumAmerican Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology2092124.e1-124.e7p
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